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Rediscovery of ‘lost’ treefrogs from the Oaxacan highlands of Mexico
It is argued that aspects of species natural history in combination with the variable nature of brief surveys may account for some of the observed differences, and are important factors to consider when inferring species declines.
Two new species of Eleutherodactylus (subgenus Syrrhophus) from western Mexico.
Two new species of Eleutherodactylus, subgenus Syrrhophus, are described from two separate mountain ranges in western Mexico, both of which are saxicolous, inhabiting limestone outcrops and has been found in caves during the dry season.